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Summer Camps Inspire Lifelong Learning for Teens

Inspired Summer Camps for Teens

Summer camps are not just for young children, they’re a chance for teens to pursue passions and explore new interests with the Applied Skills for Teens series offered by St. Michaels University School (SMUS) in Victoria, B.C.

These camps, taught by specialized teachers and including subjects such as digital fabrication, graphic design, robotics, math, physics, screenwriting, poetry, pottery, and photography are a perfect opportunity to keep teens focused, engaged and learning over the summer months.

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“We are offering students the chance to engage in subjects they are passionate about without the pressure of assessment and homework,” says Craig Kelley, Director of External Programs. “They will have a lot of fun and it’s a way of learning that will spark their interest and keep them inspired through the rest of the year.”

SMUS has partnered with the Victoria Conservatory of Music to offer the Summer Music Explorations Camp, with both day and overnight options. Students will explore the creative world of music, while broadening their knowledge of genres and strengthening their technical playing skill within our world-class facilities.

To encourage the next generation of budding engineers, SMUS is offering Byte Camp U. During this two-week overnight camp, students will tackle real-world challenges to develop their problem-solving, engineering and technology skills. 

With more than 60 camps, there is something for everyone at SMUS. Day camps are open to all Greater Victoria families, and overnight options are available for music, engineering, sports and language programs. To learn more and to register, please visit our Summer Camps website

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